I'm a sucker for romances. Of course, it doesn't have to be strictly romance! There can be a story to it besides just two people meeting and falling in love! I have a few ideas listed regarding this. I am flexible and open to discussing and changing these ideas.
Love and Protect: Basic premise is you play a Secret Service agent who was appointed to be the protector of my character.
Here's the general story idea: My character is in college, going for her masters. Up until that fateful day, she never knew who her father was. Then all of the sudden reports are saying she's the illegitimate daughter of the President of the United States! Tensions are high as the President is trying to negotiate a difficult peace treaty/truce and a subset of that country decided no peace. So they were going to kidnap my character to force the President to back down.
Cue your character. Suddenly he's appointed to be her bodyguard 24/7. Undercover, no less. Despite your character's youth, he's extremely skilled, capable of great calm under pressure, and has unusual talent. What started as a job turned into full-blown dedication as your character starts to like and admire mine. She's not spoiled, compassionate and a giving person.
Original small town setting, maybe something New England-ish. It's the type of town that has generations of families there. Almost everyone knows everyone, which is why this is almost tragic. My character would be a widow in her late 20s, early 30s. She had married her high school sweetheart, had a child shortly after. But after eight years of marriage, it was not meant to be--right on Christmas Eve, her husband and child were lost in a car accident. She's been trapped in grief ever since. She goes through the motions, but doesn't really live.
What I'm looking for: You, a musician, maybe guitar, can sing decently, come to town for the purpose of helping out your grandfather. My character used to do it but she's lost the drive to help anyone, let alone herself. The grandfather summons you for two folds--to help him with the day-to-day and to maybe see if you can reach my character and pull her out of her grief.
General idea: I can see these two bickering a lot. She's drowning in grief and alcohol, not wanting to face life without what she called her heart and soul. I'm not sure how it'd happen, but perhaps in time, her attraction develops to your character and that too hurts her. But it forces her to acknowledge life and the possibility of new love. It won't be smooth sailing or easy, so if you can handle emotional tension and arguments, this can be an enjoyable story.Our Song:
Inspired somewhat by a song by Taylor Swift, thus the song title. I envision some country setting, lots and lots of land, farms, farm life. My character is the daughter of a large farm owner. She used to be underfoot around the workers, but she was of a sweet personality, and so she got away with a lot of mischief. However, her father insisted she go away for college and so she did so reluctantly. She's returned, all changed and different from her time "in the city"... Is there anything left of the wild-riding, dirt-loving, fun girl?
What I'm looking for: You're one of the hands on the farm. Maybe handle the horses. You were there since you were 15, and you watched this gangly girl grow up into a striking woman, and harbored a longtime crush. Unaware to you, so did she. But when she comes back, it's as if she was a complete stranger. But you decide that maybe she just needs to remember who she is and where she came from, so you really get in her face, pull her out a lot despite protests...and watch a romance bloom.
General Idea: Like I listed, your character believes she isn't meant for the cities and are determined to bring back the farm girl she used to be. But she's hiding something, harboring some deep pain, and so your character'll have to push hard for her to finally admit what's troubled her. It can be fun too... because she still possesses a competitive streak. So I can see some fun challenges--riding a horse, swimming the lake, stuff like that. Not as dark as Heart Song, but there'll be challenges.